I don't understand why being called a "pansy" is a derogative term bereft of valor or manliness. These brave soldiers march through some our coldest weather ... but they always 'weather' the storm. They are true survivors.
|I call the feline in the foreground my "cat from Pompeii." When my cat Chalk first saw it, he hissed.|
My pumpkins will last until spring. I then crack them open so the squirrels can feast on the seeds.
I seek pumpkins that are marred or different.
|My favorite birdbath. It's made of some kind of special cement. It's|
heavy as steel!
|This little guy has been with me for decades.|
Here, he's staring into my living-room window.
|Since I live in an apartment, my patio is my yard -- although I've expanded it a bit. The little|
fountain in the washtub will gurgle all winter. I like the sound and look of water
in a garden, regardless the size.
|The black-eyed Susans (such an unfortunate name for any flower) put on a great show this summer.|
They re-seed themselves every year. No garden is complete without them or a daylily or two.
|This autumn, we've actually has some wonderful windy days, unusual here in the South.|
The weather vane enjoyed it!